Just in time for the Christmas season, when we all have a bit of time to relax and especially this year, maybe a bit more down time than usual, our ‘What We’re Reading’ is ready! You know us, we can’t resist a good read and there is nothing we like more than to find a

They say it takes a village to raise a child … and this is so true. So many people contribute to the learning and growth of a small human – from birth through to full on adulthood and beyond. Indigenous Kokoda Adventures is no different. Starting from scratch, learning from other people, getting suggestions and

So here we are! As promised, we are back with another list of good reads for you to add to your reading list. Each of these books offers something different – adventure, thoughtful curiosity, heartbreak… there’s something here for everyone! Enjoy! KOKODA – by Peter Fitzsimons This book follows in the footsteps of the heroes

We have been very fortunate to find some real gems in the literary world that pertain to adventure travel, hiking, mountain climbing and just getting out of your own comfort zone. We will be providing a short list with a brief description every so often of books we have come across that might inspire or

So this is a story and it is not really about Kokoda or hiking or trekking. It’s about connection. Connection with everything – whether we realize or not that what we do, or don’t do, impacts other people, somewhere somehow. In this big world of ours we sometimes forget that we are all connected. The

Throughout our training and trekking and hiking we have come across some exceptional products that are, well, truly exceptional.  These products are based only on our experience with them and we are not being paid to endorse, recommend or advertise them.  We feel they do what they say they will do and in some cases

Hello! Welcome to our blog ‘Trail Mix’.  We are very excited to have our digital doors open to the world and we welcome you to our website! I had the pleasure of completing the Kokoda Track in 2017. I will be honest, when I was in the middle of it ‘pleasure’ probably wasn’t the first